February E-News

Town Hall Meetings

The Congressman held town hall meetings in February in Roseville, Mariposa and Sonora. The Congressman's next town hall meeting will be held on Saturday, March 4th in El Dorado Hills:

Town Hall Meeting in El Dorado Hills

Saturday, March 4
10:00 AM
Oak Ridge High School Gymnasium
1120 Harvard Way
El Dorado Hills


What True Democracy Looks Like

The Congressman delivered the following remarks on the House floor on February 7th:

Our nation has come to a crossroads between two competing visions of the future that don’t easily reconcile. At such times as these, emotions run high.

The good news is that our institutions are the best ever designed to resolve such political disputes. In other countries, the government is the sovereign and rights flow from it to the people. In America, the people are sovereign. Click to read full remarks.

 
"I have held more than a hundred town hall meetings in my district..."


District Events

On February 4th the Congressman held a town hall meeting in Roseville.

The Congressman delivered the keynote speech on February 10th at the town of Plymouth’s centennial celebration.


Town Hall Meeting Mariposa

On February 21st Congressman McClintock met in Mariposa with members of the Veterans of Foreign Wars and the American Legion. That evening he held a town hall meeting at the Mariposa County Fairgrounds.


Yosemite

The Congressman met on February 22nd with members of the Tuolumne Chamber of Commerce and members of the Tuolumne Farm Bureau in Sonora. He also met with the executive management team at Yosemite National Park. That evening he held a town hall meeting at Sonora High School.


Town Hall Meeting Sonora

On February 23rd the Congressman met with members of the Sierra Sacramento Medical Society and the Placer Nevada County Medical Society to discuss health care issues. 

On February 24th the Congressman met with representatives of the Roseville Sikh community. Earlier in the day he delivered remarks in Auburn at a meeting of the Mountain Counties Water Resources Association about the need for California to add water storage capacity.

 
 

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